June 10-17, 2016
A gunman killed 49 people inside an Orlando (FL) nightclub before being killed by authorities. Five people were killed in a fire in an abandoned building in Los Angeles, and two firefighters died of medical events, one in New Hampshire and one in North Carolina.
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In the worst mass shooting in recent U.S. history, a shooter invaded a popular Orlando gay club, spraying the helpless crowd with bullets. Photos: Grief, Shock After Orlando Shooting | Mayor Discusses Delay Sending Medics During Orlando Attack
Authorities believe a dispute between homeless people living together in an abandoned office building led one of them to set a fire that killed five others.
New Hampton Firefighter-AEMT Douglas A. Clement, 43, died of an apparent heart attack.
A magnesium fueled fire that burned through two commercial buildings in Maywood caused several explosions and left thousands without power Tuesday morning.
A Boulder firefighter was injured after he was tangled in hose during a wildfire training exercise.
A Honolulu firefighter was in critical condition today following a training accident off Leahi Beach Park.
Firefighter Joshua Warren reportedly collapsed and died while working out in Lincoln County Thursday afternoon.
Nearly 15 years after the Sept. 11 terror attacks, a funeral is being held for FDNY Safety Battalion Chief Lawrence Stack, who died in the World Trade Center collapse. FDNY Chief Gets Funeral He Deserves
Fueled by hot and dry weather, wildfires threatened homes in California and other Western states as crews struggled to corral flames that have scorched miles of brush and timber. Hot Temperatures, Wind Hamper Firefighter Efforts in New Mexico | Cedar Fire (AZ) Grows to 8,000 Acres | ‘Scherpa Fire’ in Santa Barbara County Grows to 1,200 Acres
A young man accused of intentionally striking a Lansing firefighter with his pickup truck has been found mentally incompetent, which will indefinitely delay his murder trial.
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